Strapi alternatives and similar modules
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KeystoneJS8.3 9.7 L4 Strapi VS KeystoneJSThe most powerful headless CMS for Node.js — built with GraphQL and React
AdminBro8.0 9.2 Strapi VS AdminBroAdminJS is an admin panel for apps written in node.js
Apostrophe27.3 9.7 L5 Strapi VS Apostrophe2Apostrophe is a full-featured, open-source CMS built with Node.js that empowers organizations by combining in-context editing and headless architecture in a full-stack JS environment.
Tipe6.3 0.0 Strapi VS Tipe🎉 Next Generation API-first CMS for developers. Generate an API-first CMS from a GraphQL schema with offline prototyping and an inline editor
Calipso6.2 0.0 L4 Strapi VS CalipsoCalipso is a simple NodeJS content management system based on Express, Connect & Mongoose.
PencilBlue6.0 0.0 L4 Strapi VS PencilBlueBusiness class content management for Node.js (plugins, server cluster management, data-driven pages)
ApostropheCMSContent management system with an emphasis on intuitive front end content editing and administration built on Express and MongoDB.
Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support
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API creation made simple, secure and fast. The most advanced open-source headless CMS to build powerful APIs with no effort. Try live demo
Strapi is a free and open-source headless CMS delivering your content anywhere you need.
- Keep control over your data. With Strapi, you know where your data is stored, and you keep full control at all times.
- Self-hosted. You can host and scale Strapi projects the way you want. You can choose any hosting platform you want: AWS, Render, Netlify, Heroku, a VPS, or a dedicated server. You can scale as you grow, 100% independent.
- Database agnostic. Strapi works with SQL databases. You can choose the database you prefer: PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, and SQLite.
- Customizable. You can quickly build your logic by fully customizing APIs, routes, or plugins to fit your needs perfectly.
Read the Getting Started tutorial or follow the steps below:
Install Strapi with this Quickstart command to create a Strapi project instantly:
- (Use yarn to install the Strapi project (recommended). Install yarn with these docs.)
yarn create strapi-app my-project --quickstart
- (Use npm/npx to install the Strapi project.)
npx create-strapi-app my-project --quickstart
This command generates a brand new project with the default features (authentication, permissions, content management, content type builder & file upload). The Quickstart command installs Strapi using a SQLite database which is used for prototyping in development.
Complete installation requirements can be found in the documentation under Installation Requirements.
Supported operating systems:
- Ubuntu LTS/Debian 9.x
- CentOS/RHEL 8
- macOS Mojave
- Windows 10
(Please note that Strapi may work on other operating systems, but these are not tested nor officially supported at this time.)
- NodeJS >= 14 <= 18
- NPM >= 6.x
We recommend always using the latest version of Strapi to start your new projects.
- Modern Admin Panel: Elegant, entirely customizable and a fully extensible admin panel.
- Secure by default: Reusable policies, CORS, CSP, P3P, Xframe, XSS, and more.
- Plugins Oriented: Install the auth system, content management, custom plugins, and more, in seconds.
- Blazing Fast: Built on top of Node.js, Strapi delivers amazing performance.
- Front-end Agnostic: Use any front-end framework (React, Vue, Angular, etc.), mobile apps or even IoT.
- Powerful CLI: Scaffold projects and APIs on the fly.
- SQL databases: Works with PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, and SQLite.
Please read our [Contributing Guide](./CONTRIBUTING.md) before submitting a Pull Request to the project.
For general help using Strapi, please refer to the official Strapi documentation. For additional help, you can use one of these channels to ask a question:
- Discord (For live discussion with the Community and Strapi team)
- GitHub (Bug reports, Contributions)
- Community Forum (Questions and Discussions)
- Feedback section (Roadmap, Feature requests)
- Twitter (Get the news fast)
- YouTube Channel (Learn from Video Tutorials)
Follow our migration guides on the documentation to keep your projects up-to-date.
Check out our roadmap to get informed of the latest features released and the upcoming ones. You may also give us insights and vote for a specific feature.
See our dedicated repository for the Strapi documentation, or view our documentation live:
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See for yourself what's under the hood by getting access to a hosted Strapi project with sample data.
See the [LICENSE](./LICENSE) file for licensing information.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Strapi README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.